Security has been beefed up at Patna and Gaya railway junctions after a letter has been received reportedly from Jharkhand's CPI (Maoists) leaders, threatening to blow up the stations.
According to a Pradesh 18 report, the Maoists have threatened to blow up the Patna and Gaya railway stations if the station managers don't leave their jobs within 15 days.
Following the threat, the railway stations have been equipped with metal detectors, dog squad and bomb disposal squad.
According to the authorities, the letter has been signed by Ravindra Verma, Anjani Kumar Sinha and the address mentioned in the letter is Baramsiya, Giridih, Jharkhand. The Government Railway Police (GRP) has taken the matter seriously and has informed the regional Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) and SP.